Product information "Den gamle Fabrik Blackcurrant Marmelade 600 g"
The black currant originates from Central Europe, the Himalayas and Central Asia. The black currant was not actually cultivated until the Middle Ages. The berries hang in bunches on bushes and have a dark, almost black colour. The taste is strong and tart. In DEN GAMLE FABRIK blackcurrant fruit spread we use Danish berries that are picked in July/August.
Sugar (42%), blackcurrant (35%), water, gelling agent (pectin), preservative (potassium sorbate). 35g blackcurrants per 100g.
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